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MERIENDA is published 2-times a year by the Japan Foundation Manila to make up-to-date information to Filipino Nihongo Teachers, individuals and organizations interested in Japanese Studies.

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The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is conducted both in Japan and outside Japan to evaluate and certify the language proficiency of primarily non-native speakers of Japanese. The test is administered by the Japan Foundation, outside of Japan and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services, inside Japan.

2011 JLPT Vicinity Map

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2011 JLPT Vicinity Map - COLLEGE OF SAINT BENILDE, 2544 Taft Ave., Manila

Further to the conduct of the 2011 JLPT in Manila, please be advised that the Test Site for ALL LEVELS (N1, N2, N3, N4, N5) will be at the De La Salle - COLLEGE OF SAINT BENILDE (main campus) - 2544 Taft Avenue, Manila.

JLPT Application Form Sample

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Procedure in applying for the 2011 JLPT (Philippine Applicants only)

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) application forms can be obtained in several institutions/organizations in the country. This application procedure is intended only to Philippine Applicants who wish to take the exam in the Philippines and want to know more about the JLPT appliaction procedure.

For those who would like to obtain the application forms via courier service or postal mail, please contact The Japan Foundation, Manila at 811-6155 to 58 or email to email@jfmo.org.ph

Features of New JLPT

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Features of the New JLPT- An Interactive Lecture (N3 & N4)

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) which was modified last year, comprehensively measures communicative competence in Japanese. The Japan Foundation, Manila offers an interactive lecture wherein one can try answering new type of questions. Explanation will be given on how the new test differs from the previous JLPT, particularly the communication proficiencies being measured by the new test questions.

This is open to those who plan to take level N3 or N4 and want to know more about the new JLPT.

Application period for the JLPT is from Aug.16 to Sep.9,2011. Apply, take the test, and aim for the Nihongo proficiency certificate !

Japanese Language Proficiency Test on December 4 (Sunday)
Manila, Davao City & Cebu City

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (New JLPT – N1, N2, N3, N4, & N5) will be held on Sunday, December 4, 2011; it will commence simultaneously at 1:00 p.m. in three (3) different test sites – at the De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde (2544 Taft Avenue campus and 950 P. Ocampo/Vito Cruz St. campus) Manila , Mindanao Kokusai Daigaku (MKD), Angliongto Ave., Lanang, Davao City and at the University of San Carlos, P. Del Rosario St., Cebu City. The JLPT is administered worldwide, by the Japan Foundation in cooperation with other cultural exchange/educational institutions, in order to evaluate and certify the Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers.

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JLPT pass marks for N1 to N3

The overall passing score and the detailed sectional pass marks of the new Japanese-language proficiency test (N1-N3) is now available on the website at http://www.jlpt.jp/e/topics/index.html